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Spikers thump Parshall

After falling to Stanley in three games on Tuesday, the Watford City varsity volleyball team regrouped and took three games from Parshall on Thursday.

Posted 10/07/09 (Wed)read more »

Undefeated Wolves get by Hazen 20-12

With a 20-12 win over the Hazen Bison, the No. 2-ranked team in Class A football, the Watford City Wolves, the No. 1-ranked team in Class A football, took over sole possession of the top spot in Region 4.

Posted 9/30/09 (Wed)read more »

Wolves fall to Ray in volleyball action

Posted 9/30/09 (Wed)read more »

Wolves’ cross country runners continue to improve

Posted 9/30/09 (Wed)read more »

Wolves devour Cougars in Region 4 football matchup

Watford City extended its winning streak to four straight games as the Wolves rolled over the Heart River Cougars 33-0.

Posted 9/23/09 (Wed)read more »

Wolves down New England 3-2 in volleyball action

Watford City picked up a big win last Tuesday as the Wolves defeated New England 3-2 in varsity girls volleyball action.

Posted 9/23/09 (Wed)read more »

Wolves compete at Valley City Cross Country Meet

Watford City’s cross country teams got a preview of the competition that will be running at this year’s State Class B Cross County Meet as the Wolves traveled to Valley City on Saturday.

Posted 9/23/09 (Wed)read more »

Wolves roll over Killdeer 42-3

Watford City continued its domination of Class A football as the Wolves won their third straight game of the 2009 season on Friday defeating the Killdeer Cowboys 42-3.

Posted 9/16/09 (Wed)read more »

Spikers take 5th at own invitational

The Watford City varsity girls volleyball team had a busy week as they took on Tioga and New Town in dual action this past week before hosting an invitational tournament on Saturday.

Posted 9/16/09 (Wed)read more »

Girls cross country team takes 7th at Mandan meet

Watford City’s varsity girls cross country team took seventh place coming in behind five Class A schools at the Mandan Cross Country Meet on Saturday, Sept. 12.

Posted 9/16/09 (Wed)read more »

Wolves host Killdeer in home football action Friday

After their first two football contests, the Watford City Wolves, who are currently ranked as the No. 1 team in the Class A Power Poll, have still not been scored on.

Posted 9/09/09 (Wed)read more »

Watford spikers fall to Killdeer

Watford City’s varsity girls volleyball team may have lost its first match of the season last Tuesday as the Wolves fell to Killdeer 3-2, but Nancy Deutsch, Wolves head coach was very pleased with her team’s performance.

Posted 9/09/09 (Wed)read more »

Wolves girls take 5th at Bismarck Quarterback Club Cross Country Meet

ibee Jokela took 14th place with a time of 16:55 at the very challenging Bismarck Quarterback Club Cross Country Meet on Thursday to help lead the Watford City varsity girls cross country team to a fifth place finish.

Posted 9/09/09 (Wed)read more »

Wolves roll past Stanley 40-0

Watford City held Stanley to a minus 12 yards of offense in the first half of play as the Wolves cruised to a 40-0 win over the Blue Jays in season opening Class A football action last Friday.

Posted 9/02/09 (Wed)read more »

Wolves open home volleyball season

The Watford City varsity volleyball team will open its 2009 home season on Tuesday, Sept. 8 when the Wolves host the Tioga Pirates at 7 p.m. and Nancy Deutsch, Wolves head coach, is excited about this year’s team.

Posted 9/02/09 (Wed)read more »

Wolves open football season at Stanley

The start of the 2009 football season will see some big changes for the Watford City Wolves, the defending Class AA champions.

Posted 8/26/09 (Wed)read more »

Kieson awarded rodeo scholarships

Mamie Kieson, a 2009 graduate from Watford City High School was recently awarded the WW Livestock Systems dealer’s scholarship of $250 at the North Dakota High School Finals Rodeo held at Bowman, N.D., on June 18-20, 2009.

Posted 8/19/09 (Wed)read more »

Skilled volunteer hunters could be used to reduce elk numbers under Park Service’s preferred alternative plan

The National Park Service (NPS) has released a preferred alternative addressing elk management at Theodore Roosevelt National Park.

Posted 8/12/09 (Wed)read more »

Sanford to play baseball at WNCC

evin Sanford has signed a letter of intent to play baseball at Western Nebraska Community College in Scotts Bluff, Neb., a Division I Junior College.

Posted 8/12/09 (Wed)read more »

Welstad sweeps Women’s City Golf Tournament

It was pretty much a one-woman show at the Watford City Women’s Golf Tournament as Molly Welstad made it a clean show winning the scratch and handicap championship crowns and walking away with the medalist honors as well.

Posted 8/05/09 (Wed)read more »

Two bowl games cap off high school football career for Watford City athlete

Being selected as an All-Star athlete is a great honor for high school seniors, and one Watford City High School senior was honored twice when he was selected as a football player for the Badlands Bowl and the Shrine Bowl.

Posted 7/29/09 (Wed)read more »

Babe Ruth team splits at Gateway Tourney

Posted 7/29/09 (Wed)read more »

Walleye season ends at Section 6 Baseball Tourney

The Watford City Walleye were hoping that this would be the year that they would make it to the State American Legion Tournament.

Posted 7/29/09 (Wed)read more »

Shipman named DAC Scholar-Athlete

Justin Shipman of Watford City and a freshman at Jamestown College was named a DAC basketball Scholar-Athlete for the spring semester by the Dakota Athletic Conference.

Posted 7/22/09 (Wed)read more »

Fridley named Male Coach of the Year

Fred Fridley, head coach of the Watford City Wolves football team, was named the 2009 Male Co-Coach of the Year by the North Dakota Associated Press Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association.

Posted 7/08/09 (Wed)read more »